Mister Rogers remembers a visit to "The Edible Schoolyard" where children garden and cook the food they've grown. In Make-Believe Purple Panda and a Little Panda play a joke on King Friday. He doesn't like that and "forbids" curiosity.
Mister Rogers visits musicians who make instruments from found objects. In Make-Believe, the King has banned curiosity, but the neighbors can't stop being curious. And Mister Rogers is curious about how people make ice cream cones.
Rogers gives a final discussion on false faces. He then visits a new studio set, the toy-and-book store run by a new neighbor, Tony Chiroldes. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, everyone is still looking for Little Panda and Prince Tuesday. Betty Okonak Templeton uses a telescope, as do the others, to discover just the planet to seek. It is up to HulaMouse to rescue Tuesday and Little Panda.
Mister Rogers visits virtuoso violinist Hilary Hahn. He reads a bedtime story. It's nighttime in Make-Believe. Prince Tuesday and Little Panda are rescued from outer space by Hula Mouse. King Friday learns that curiosity is a good thing.
Rogers immediately goes to see elephants of different sizes. He also shows a video on how backpacks are made. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, an over-curious King Friday asks that Cornflake S. Pecially should build a machine to look inside of things.
Mister Rogers uses art forms to illustrate words. The word "fish" goes with a graceful ballerina dancing on a "river." A "Night and Day" poem connects with a video. In Make-Believe, a neighbor is embarrassed he can't read well and hides.
Chuck Aber visits the television house with his H.J. Elephant III puppet and the book I Read Signs. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin discovers H.J. Elephant III knows sign language. What nobody knows is how to get H.J. involved in The Reading Game.